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Archive for February, 2018

HOW TO GET THE BEST OUT OF MANURE TEA
First of all: once your manure tea has been brewed use it as soon as possible. This allows you to get the maximum benefit from its nutrient content. Unlike fresh horse manure, which as well as burning your plants, can potentially introduce pathogens and weed seeds to your soil, properly composted horse manure has had[…]
TIME FOR A BREW: POO TEA THAT IS
Most gardeners know the benefits of adding good wholesome compost to improve their soil and, if properly composted it can also be applied in liquid form as manure tea.  This wonder brew is a nutrient-rich liquid feed for your garden that is odour free and easy to apply. Horse manure is rich in nutrients, especially[…]
DON’T TRY ASKING FOR IT DOWN YOUR LOCAL CAFE
Jamie Oliver might not use it! And don’t try asking for it down your local café, but whatever you call it, poo tea, poop soup or manure tea, it has been a favourite of gardeners for centuries. Horse manure tea in particular is a nutrient-rich elixir and my favourite. Yes, there are other types of[…]